Home > Java > Sun Updates J2EE for Web Services Sun Updates J2EE for Web Services Eugenia Loli 2003-09-13 Java 3 Comments The computing giant releases an early version of source code for version 1.4 of the Java flavor, with support for a new WS-I Web services standard. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 3 Comments 2003-09-13 1:41 am Anonymous java security is supposed to be the big selling point. How do other languages like python compare to java ? While i like java , i don’t care for the memory Mile per gallon. It’s a big memory hog suv. Kind of disappointed another language has not challenge java on terms of speed ,security, oo, memory , rad. 2003-09-13 3:03 am Anonymous We are running Tomcat and JBoss all open source appservers and we use Eclipse as our IDE life is good for TCO is very very low than M$ .Not 80% percent lower. 2003-09-13 10:56 am Anonymous Java is a very good platform for developing solutions for business, but it definately does not serve my interest at all. At any rate, providing a preview of the next release iteration is what a ‘middleware platform’ should responsibly do for it’s users.